There is a Bullpup Muzzlelite stock specifically made for the Marlin model 60 rifle. As I type this the retail price is about $150.
Boyds gun stocks and I believe the marlin mod 80 will be compatible, if not then a bit of wood working will be needed to fit the action.
A model 7 stock would not fit a 600 Mohawk. The stock and the trigger guard do not line up correctly, although the stock may fit on the gun.
Yes. Very few parts have changed in the Model 60 since it was first made, and parts are 100% interchangeable between different variations of Model 60s made in the same rough time period. The only significant differences in the stocks on the Model 60 between the different variations and over the years are the material it's made of, and the finish on the stock. Beware, though, you might have to do some fitting to get it to fit just right.
will the 7 shot magazine you sell for the old marlin model 80 fit my j c Higgins model 103.228
Smith and Wesson model 59 clips
No, the Remington Model 1100 stock has a hole (recepticle) through the inside of the stock in the pistol grip area to accept the action spring tube. The Remington Model 870 stock has no need for this hole so the 870 stock will not fit on the Model 1100 action.
that answer is "YES" The stock works fine on a Marlin 30AS however there is some slight modification needed with a dremmel tool to get it perfect. The Fore end however does not fit as it is at least 3/4" to 1" short. On the Marlin 30AS there is a fitting that is attached physically to the Barrel that has two screws on either side that attaches a metal cap onto the farthest end of the Fore End and the Marlin 336 Fore end will not reach that cap. SO....unless you have a fantastic gunsmith that can modify that metal cap so that it is 3/4" to 1" longer the fore end will not fit properly at all.
This will not fit a model 12
I don't believe so.
Not without modifications
When looking at the exploded view drawings of both models it certainly looks like they would be interchangeable.
Yes it will For anyone interested, I just called Marlin and found that the buttstock are compatible with each other, but not the forend. The forend of a 30AS has a cap and the forend of the 336 has a band...... Linohunter
I don't know the value of your .22 Ranger bolt action,but it was made by Marlin for and sold by Ranger.It is the same as the Marlin model 80.All parts will fit
Any of the 124 series.
Yes, there is a kit available which fits Marlin Lever action rimfires from 1891 thru 1939.
There are no stocks that fit that model spyder.
That's hard to say since there are several different ones listed for the model 60 with at least three different lengths. They are all .22's, so you may be able to modify a longer one to fit your model 99. See Numrich arms: http://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Products.aspx?catid=11759